Cloud Native Computing Foundation and Linux Foundation Training and Certification have announced the launch of Detecting Cloud Runtime Threats with Falco (LFS254) to arm IT professionals, security analysts and DevOps engineers with the expertise to fortify cloud native environments using Falco.
In a landscape dominated by cloud native environments, robust runtime security is essential. Falco, an open source CNCF project, is a formidable ally in detecting anomalous activity. Detecting Cloud Runtime Threats with Falco (LFS254) provides in-depth instruction on how to install and use Falco to secure cloud native applications, including how to craft Falco rules, manage outputs, and configure Falco for specific needs.
“As cloud adoption continues to accelerate, understanding and implementing effective security measures like Falco is crucial for an IT professional’s career portfolio,” said Clyde Seepersad, SVP, General Manager, Training & Certification, Linux Foundation.
“Runtime security is a critical piece of the cloud native puzzle and Falco is an effective tool with widespread adoption within the Kubernetes ecosystem. This course is highly recommended for anyone looking to understand cloud native security better,” said Chris Aniszczyk, CTO, CNCF.
The online, self-paced course consists of approximately 20 hours of course material. Upon completing this course, successful participants will be able to:
- Describe Falco’s role in safeguarding cloud-native environments
- Install and configure Falco
- Master system calls in host security
- Elevate cloud security by monitoring data sources beyond syscalls
- Effectively manage Falco outputs using Falcosidekick
- Author and customize Falco rules
- Understand how Falco integrates with standard security frameworks
Participants who successfully complete the course will receive a certificate of completion as well as digital badge.
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